Wednesday, May 09, 2012
Fox Nation: Dat Nigger [Obama] Gay!
That title above is just for shock value! Fox Nation, an affiliated website with Fox News is notorious for pushing the bounds of controversy in favor of the radical conservative agenda.
Straight out of Rupert Murdoch's news conglomerate. The Fox Nation certainly goes all the way with this Obama bashing.
Just in, President Barack Obama supports gay marriage! But to Fox News, President Barack Obama is declaring war on straight marriage.
He's not declaring war on marriage. He changed his stance on an issue. He's doing it for political expediency to appeal to his core supporters. President Barack Obama has finally accepted the notion of gay marriage.
Last year, the Fox Nation published a highly controversial headline: Obama Hip-Hop BBQ Doesn't Create Jobs! Many felt that Fox News and its affiliated websites cater to the most extreme rhetoric in the country.
I view this website as extremely offensive. There is racist content in some of the comments and the headline themed stories.
Fox News and the network's affiliates caters to those who hold bigoted views towards race, gender, sexuality, religion, nationality, political and economic standings.
These people who view this network makes it successful. The news channel and its agitating website are popular among conservatives and those who vote Republican. The Republican Party has Roger Ailes and Karl Rove operating the news content. They are responsible for the promotion of the Tea Party protests in 2010.
Media Matters, Gawker and Color of Change are mounting a full-scale war against the network.
MSNBC is trying its hardest to copy the format of the controversial network by putting on liberal agitators such as Rachel Maddow, Al Sharpton, Ed Schultz, Lawrence O'Donnell and Chris Matthews. MSNBC is the second most watch cable news channel in the nation.
This is another controversial landmine. The Republicans will walk through the mind field once again! This controversy will pull the independents away from them to President Barack Obama.